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HDMI to DVI-D conversion problem. Not in compliance?

I own an Akai PDP5006H Plasma TV with DVI-D input connection. It does not have a HDMI input. My cable box and new DVD player only have HDMI and when I bought a converter connection from HDMI to DVI-D, it works for about 2 seconds then it says ''Not compliant''. This happens with both my cable box and the DVD player. Do you know the solution

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It souunds like te TV is having problems with the streaming data being applied Most plasmas with DVI connections were actually designed for PC type input signals  Unfortunately the TV's input may not be able to stand up to the stream of signal the DVD or cable box wants to display. You can try and lower the output of both devices to 720P Good luck to you

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